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From the Publisher"As Latin America’s polities, economies, and societies transformed over the last thirty years, so too did their standing worldwide. Despite the dynamic changes, Latin American international relations have remained understudied. In this latest Handbook, Domínguez and Covarrubias work to fill this gap, bringing together some of the best academic thinkers on this vast subject, and providing new insights as to how many of these nations engage globally and the role they can play in an evolving world." —Shannon O’Neil, Senior Fellow for Latin America Studies, Council on Foreign Relations; Author of Two Nations Indivisible: Mexico, the United States, and the Road Ahead.
"Domínguez and Covarrubias have assembled a topflight and admirably diverse group of scholars and analysts to illuminate the profound, often stunning, transformations in Latin America’s global affairs in recent years. The chapters are conceptually sophisticated, historically informed, and empirically rich. Their keen insights and cogent arguments challenge conventional assumptions about the region’s international relations. The original, nuanced interpretations contained in this volume are an indispensable guide to the complex forces shaping Latin America’s past and future trajectories on the world'stage."—Michael Shifter, President, Inter-American Dialogue